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07-02-2011, 02:30 PM   #5761
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Olympus Trip 35 / Kodak Ultramax 400

I have been and continue to be impressed with this little camera. Enjoyed its simplicity, accuracy of the meter and a very sharp D. Zuiko lens.








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Olympus Trip 35 / Kodak Ultramax 400

I have been and continue to be impressed with this little camera. Enjoyed its simplicity, accuracy of the meter and a very sharp D. Zuiko lens.








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Those are some great results from the Olympus. Nice work!

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Those are some great results from the Olympus. Nice work!
Thank You Colton!
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Last week I acquired a Nikkormat EL and Nikkor-S 50/1.4 ( they came along with another camera that I wanted), so I ran a roll of expired Polaroid One 100 through the EL to make sure everthing worked properly. The camera performed great though it's kind of a beast. The film turned out to be a little strange but interesting. I got 1 roll of it last year with a bunch of other expired film so I had no idea what to expect from it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Last week I acquired a Nikkormat EL and Nikkor-S 50/1.4 ( they came along with another camera that I wanted), so I ran a roll of expired Polaroid One 100 through the EL to make sure everthing worked properly. The camera performed great though it's kind of a beast. The film turned out to be a little strange but interesting. I got 1 roll of it last year with a bunch of other expired film so I had no idea what to expect from it.
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I like the warm tones of the colors, nice shot.

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I like the warm tones of the colors, nice shot.

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Thanks David.

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All photo graphs shoot with a K1000 using various lenses and filters taken in Granger, In. and Buchanan, Mi. USA.
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The rest need no defintion.

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K1000 and Jupiter 21M 200m f/4



The films(Fujicolor Superia X-tra 400) were expired so quality isn't best.

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Hello everyone, I'm going to do something a bit naughty and post this snapshot here:




...It's a photo of some film shots! Lately I have become interested in film printing, and had my first go at home tonight. If you're curious, I encourage anyone to give it a try - it's seriously easy and a lot of fun. The enlarger and most the accessories only cost me $20.
The film used was Kodak Panatomic-X, a lovely but expired and discontinued film.

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Hello everyone, I'm going to do something a bit naughty and post this snapshot here:




...It's a photo of some film shots! Lately I have become interested in film printing, and had my first go at home tonight. If you're curious, I encourage anyone to give it a try - it's seriously easy and a lot of fun. The enlarger and most the accessories only cost me $20.
The film used was Kodak Panatomic-X, a lovely but expired and discontinued film.

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Very cool! There is nothing like watching the image form in the tray. Are you going to scan any of your Pan-X negs to share?


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Hello everyone, I'm going to do something a bit naughty and post this snapshot here:

...It's a photo of some film shots! Lately I have become interested in film printing, and had my first go at home tonight. If you're curious, I encourage anyone to give it a try - it's seriously easy and a lot of fun. The enlarger and most the accessories only cost me $20.
The film used was Kodak Panatomic-X, a lovely but expired and discontinued film.

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Cool!
Nice work Jason. I have done a bit of that over the last few years and it sure is fun.
I actually have everything needed for darkroom printing but nowhere to set it up
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The NY Stock Exchange, the American Flag, and Food, Food Food - what could be more American?

Therefore, shot with a 1975 Communist Kiev 4 / Jupiter 8M. But dag nab it, good cut rate Kodak ColorPlus 200 film.
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